CHART Talks Podcast

Listen to inspiring conversations recorded live at CHART 2023. Dive into talks between artists and curators, as well as panel discussions with experts from diverse creative fields.

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Latest Episode

Giorgio Celin & Zippora Elders

For the ninth episode of our new CHART Talks podcast, we are happy to share a recording of a talk between Barcelona-based visual artist Giorgio Celin and Zippora Elders, Chief Curator and Head of the Curatorial Department & Outreach at Gropius Bau in Berlin.

Beginning with the artist’s personal history and movement from Colombia to rural Italy as a young child, the conversation went on to consider the role of intimacy and autobiography in painting as well as the importance of mentors, and the relationship between movement and queerness.

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Artist talk with Giorgio Celin and Zippora Elders at CHART 2023

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Episode 8

Building for the Future – Inclusive Architecture

For the eight episode of our new CHART Talks podcast, we are happy to share a recording of a conversation moderated by design professional Sarah Müllertz, founder of jewellery brand KINRADEN and former Partner and Head of Global Design at Henning Larsen Architects. Panellists included: Architect and Founder of Wingårdhs Architects, Gert Wingårdh, Architect Camilla Ryhl Ph.D who specialises in the sensory qualities of architecture as well as the interpretation and implementation of universal design as a multidisciplinary value-based ethos, and Rong Guan, Interior Architect and In-house Architect at Polestar, previously Senior Lead Architect for Hirsch Bedner Associates Studio in Shanghai.

The conversation explores the importance of innovative design and how buildings and public spaces can be transformed to provide equal access, and enhance quality of life, for all individuals.

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'Building for the Future' panel discussion featuring Sarah Müllertz, Gert Wingårdh, Camilla Ryhl, and Rong Guanat CHART 2023

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Episode 7

When Art & Business Meet

For the seventh episode of our new CHART Talks podcast, we are happy to share a recording of a conversation moderated by Michael Solgaard, the author of the book ‘Med Kunsten som Indsats – møder mellem erhvervsliv og samtidskunst’ between Mads Nørgaard, CEO and Founder of Mads Nørgaard, Rose Eken, Visual Artist and Anders Byriel, CEO of Kvadrat and Board Member of Ny Carlsbergfondet and the Louisiana Museum of Modern Art.

The talk explores the personal journey of each panel member into the world of contemporary art, the different possible forms that the relationship between artist and businesses can take, and the potential for mutually positive impact and creative connection when these relationships are formed.

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'When Art & Business Meet' panel discussion featuring Mads Nørgaard, Rose Eken, Anders Byriel, and Michael Solgaard at CHART 2023

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Episode 6

Leo Park & Markús Þór Andrésson

For the sixth episode of our new CHART Talks podcast, we are happy to share a recording of a talk between contemporary artist Leo Park and Markús Þór Andrésson, Chief Curator of Exhibitions and Public Engagement at Reykjavík Art Museum, Iceland. The conversation was recorded live at Charlottenborg where Leo Park exhibited a solo presentation of new paintings with Gallery Steinsland Berliner as part of CHART 2023.

Starting off by talking about the legacy of modernist painting and sculpture in contemporary art, the conversation went on to consider the significance of tattoos in visual culture, the tradition of Swedish beach scene paintings and the artist's interest in horror films.

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Artist talk with Leo Park and Markús Þór Andrésson at CHART 2023

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Episode 5

Collecting For...

For the fifth episode of our new CHART Talks podcast, we are happy to share a live recording of a conversation moderated by the Swiss-Swedish journalist Roland-Philippe Kretzschmar, featuring: Arja Miller, Director of Helsinki Art Museum and Helsinki Biennial, Christine Buhl Andersen, Board Member of Ny Calrsbergfondet and Glyptoteket, and Peder Lund, Founder and Owner of Oslo-based gallery Peder Lund.

The conversation explores the importance of whose voice is heard in the contemporary art scene, how galleries and museums interact and what it means to be a 'perfect collector.'

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'Collecting For...,' panel discussion featuring Arja Miller, Christine Buhl Andersen, Peder Lund, and Roland-Philippe Kretzschmar at CHART 2023

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Episode 4

Lulama Wolf & Fatoş Üstek

In the fourth episode of our new CHART Talks podcast, we are happy to share a live recording of a talk between contemporary artist Lulama Wolf and Fatoş Üstek, writer, curator and author of 'The Art Institution of Tomorrow,' a forthcoming book scheduled for publication in April 2024. The conversation coincided with Lulama Wolf's exhibition 'Common Effort,' in dialogue with works by Sonja Ferlov Mancoba, at Eighteen Gallery.

The talk covered everything from Wolf's unique approach to colour and figuration, to the influence of folklore and art history in her works, to what it means to have an introspective relationship with the world around you.

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Artist talk with Lulama Wolf and Fatoş Üstek at CHART 2023

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Episode 3

Klara Kristalova & Marijana Schneider

In the third episode of our new CHART Talks podcast, we are happy to share a recording of a talk between contemporary artist Klara Kristalova and Marijana Schneider, Curator of Contemporary Art at the Museum der Moderne in Salzburg. The conversation coincided with a significant presentation of new sculptures by Kristalova at CHART with Galleri Magnus Karlsson.

Starting with the Kristalova’s treatment of ceramics as 3-dimensional drawings, the conversation went on to cover everything from the symbolism of masks, the artist’s interest in transitional stages of life and the importance of playfulness and humour.

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Artist talk with Klara Kristalova and Marijana Schneider at CHART 2023

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Episode 2

How To Collect

For the second episode of our new CHART Talks podcast, we are happy to share a live recording of a conversation moderated by Director of CHART, Julie Quottrup Silbermann, featuring: Khurram Jamil, private collector, Saskia Neuman, Stockholm-based gallerist and founder of Saskia Neuman Gallery, and Therese Möllenhoff, Director of the Canica Art Collection in Oslo.

Their talk covers such wide-ranging topics as advice for first time collectors, the sorts of tools that collectors can use when seeking works for their own collection or assisting others, and the importance of openness and transparency throughout the art industry.

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'How To Collect,' panel discussion featuring Julie Quottrup Silbermann, Khurram Jamil, Saskia Neuman, and Therese Möllenhoff at CHART 2023

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Episode 1

Ragnar Kjartansson & Tine Colstrup

In the first episode of our new CHART Talks podcast, we are happy to share a live recording of a talk between contemporary artist Ragnar Kjartansson and Tine Colstrup, Curator at the Louisiana Museum of Modern Art, Humlebæk, where Kjartansson’s work was the subject of a large-scale retrospective exhibition this summer.

Throughout the conversation, Kjartansson reflects on previous works that engage with Danish-Icelandic colonial history, public attacks on the painting 'Ivan the Terrible and His Son Ivan' by Ilya Repin, and the music of George Jones. Reflecting on global power dynamics and ideas of privelege and victimhood, the discussion was truly a highlight from this year's CHART.

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Artist talk with Ragnar Kjartansson and Tine Colstrup at CHART 2023

Photo by Jonathan Damslund/BARSK Projects